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Pet grooming is about so much more than having a clean pet. They certainly enjoy the extra snuggles they receive when looking and smelling their best, but regular brushing, bathing, and nail trimmings can also have a positive impact on their health and wellness!

Why Is Grooming Important For Pet Health?

Grooming may make you think of brushes and bows, it is also a vital element to our pet's overall health and wellbeing. Regularly grooming your animal can help catch any underlying diseases or conditions early, meaning that they will be able to be treated quickly and more efficiently and be less likely to have any lasting effect on your pet.

Skin & Fur

Pets require regular brushing to remove debris and loose hair, stimulate blood flow to the skin, and distribute oils evenly throughout the coat. Regular brushing keeps your pet’s fur free of tangles and mats, which could pull, tear, or restrict airflow to the skin. Brushing and bathing also provide a chance to see issues with the skin related to allergies, disease or injury, or parasites, such as fleas or ticks.

Eyes & Ears

Inflamed ears, a foul odor, excess wax or other debris can indicate an infection that needs to be treated by your veterinarian. Your pet’s eyes should appear shiny, clear and moist - if not, this needs to be also looked at and treated.

Teeth & Nails

Keeping your pet’s nails trimmed is an important part of pet grooming. Overgrown nails are not only uncomfortable, but they can also become ingrown and infected.

Our Grooming & Bathing Services

We’re proud to now offer bathing & grooming services for our clients on FRIDAYS at Amelia Bovine Clinic!


  • $40 Small Dogs (up to 25 lbs.)

  • $50 Medium Dogs (26 - 50 lbs.)

  • $60 Large Dogs (51 - 100 lbs.)

  • $100 X-Large Dogs (101+ lbs.)


  • $55 Small Dogs (up to 25 lbs.)

  • $65 Medium Dogs (26 - 50 lbs.)

  • $80 Large Dogs (51 - 100 lbs.)

  • $125 X-Large Dogs (101+ lbs.)

Note: Extra fees apply for matting.

Contact Us Today to Schedule Your Appointment!

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